We have an experienced team of employment law solicitors and we provide employment law advice for a wide range of employers from international and national companies, major regional employers and also small and medium sized businesses. We act for clients across the UK and you are welcome to see us in either our Southampton or Salisbury office.
We adopt a practical approach to providing employment law advice, we work closely with all our clients to ensure their employment law issues are dealt with in the most efficient and painless manner possible. We combine expert legal knowledge with a commercial approach designed to help you resolve your employment and HR problems with minimum hassle and cost.
As Jon Loney explains "Employment law can be a minefield for the unwary, which is why businesses of all sizes come to us for help with the increasing "red tape" of employment law. Our focus is to help employers run their businesses smoothly by giving practical employment law advice." Jon continues, "We offer a quick, effective and personal service which is great value for money offered by a team of experienced employment law solicitors"
We always recommend that you pick up the phone and speak to us about any employment questions, but we also understand that sometimes you’re looking for a little bit of information to get you on your way.
Over the following pages, we have set out information on some of the most common problems faced by employers.
Our employment law solicitors can help you with all employment law advice matters including compromise agreements, data protection, discrimination, dismissing employees, employment tribunals, grievances, redundancies, sickness issues and TUPE.
The employment team are recommended in Chambers (2015) for being "commercial and pragmatic when needed and fighting hard when needed."
Legal 500 (2014) also praise the team for its "notable media sector expertise, acting for clients such as Associated Newspapers and Progressive Digital Media. The highly regarded Jon Loney heads the team, which includes managing partner Simon Rhodes."
If you would like to explore your issue in more detail, please get in touch – you can call us or fill out our online enquiry form.
To find out more about our employment law solicitors, please use the links on the right hand side of this page.